|Dub Trio Live at Austin Music Hall on 2009-06-09 - Dub Trio|
Dub Trio 06/09/2009 Austin Music Hall Austin, TX Source: AKG 483 > Oade UA5 Wmod > Microtrack II 24/48 Location: Clamped on balcony rail, DINa, close to DFC Transfer: Microtrack II > Wavelab 5.0 (resample, dither) > CDWave (tracking) > flac level 6 Taped, Transfered and Seeded by Larry Pillman (email@example.com) One Set 01 -intro- 02 Not For Nothing 03 One Man Tag Crew 04 Felicitation 05 unknown 06 unknown 07 Jack Bauer
Keywords: Dub Trio, Austin Music Hall, Austin, Texas
|Rag Radio 2014-01-24 - Award-Winning Rock Journalist Margaret Moser, Director, Austin Music Awards - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Award-winning rock journalist Margaret Moser has played a major role in the evolution of the famed Austin music scene. Moser, who began writing about music for The Austin Sun in 1976, is a senior editor and writer for The Austin Chronicle, and, since 1983, has directed the Chronicle's prestigious annual Austin Music Awards (held during South by Southwest but actually predating SXSW) and serves on the Austin Music Commission...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Margaret Moser; Music Journalists; Rock Journalists; Austin Music Awards; Austin Music Scene; Austin Chronicle; Austin Sun; Rock Groupies; Austin Music Commission
|Dub Trio Live at Austin Music Hall on 2009-06-09 - Dub Trio|
Dub Trio 2009-06-09 Austin Music Hall Austin, TX Taped and transferred by Lee Hart leehookem at texastapers dot org Source: AKG 483 (mono L, R) > Oade ACM Mod Marantz PMD-671 (S/PDIF out) > Oade Concert Mod Edirol R-44 + AKG 451cb ck2 (mono, C) > Oade Concert Mod Edirol R-44 Location: Clamped on balcony rail, 2' ROC, DINa Transfer: PMD-671 > Soundforge 9.0 (fades, resample, MBIT+ dither) CDWave (tracking) > flac level 6 One Set 01 -intro- 02 Not For Nothing 03 One Man Tag Crew 04 Felicitation 05...
Keywords: Dub Trio; Austin Music Hall; Austin, TX; leehookem21
|Rag Radio 2012-11-16 - Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter Guy Forsyth - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Austin-based Americana roots/blues singer-songwriter Guy Forsyth discusses issues like the spiritual nature of music and the social role of the musician, and the difficult economics for musicians in the internet age -- and in the massive Austin music scene today. And he performs four songs live on the show, accompanied by the other members of his trio, Jeff Botta and Nina Botta. Forsyth has been a part of the Austin music scene for 20 years and has won numerous Austin Music Awards, including “...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Guy Forsyth; Thorne Dreyer; Austin Music; Singer-Songwriters
|Eric Hutchinson Live at Austin Music Hall on 2009-02-05 - Eric Hutchinson|
Eric Hutchinson February 5th, 2009 Austin Music Hall Austin, Texas, U.S.A. Headlining act: .....of a revolution. (O.A.R.) Taper: J.Steed (firstname.lastname@example.org) Source: AKG 535 > Marantz PMD670 Location: Directly above front of house. Dead Center. Mics at approximately 20 feet off GA floor. Conversion: J. Steed (email@example.com) Date of Conversion: February 22nd, 2009 Equipment: DYNEX DX-CR121 > Dell Latitude D620 > Audacity 1.3.5 > FLAC *****Please do not distribute in lossy format without ta...
Keywords: Eric Hutchinson; O.A.R; Austin Music Hall; Austin
|Sound Tribe Sector 9 Live at Austin Music Hall on 2013-10-31 - Sound Tribe Sector 9|
STS9 2013-10-31 Austin Music Hall Austin, TX Source: MBHO KA500> SD MP-2> DR-680 24/48 Location: Clamped to front of Balcony, DFC, DIN Lineage: Adobe Audition (HPF, de-essing)> Izotope (dither)> CD Wave (splits)> TLH (flac lvl. 8) Taped/transferred by: Drew F. firstname.lastname@example.org Set 1 Friday the 13th Intro > Rent Vapors Monkey Music Arigato* Hubble Vibyl* Hidden Hand Hidden Fist* ABCees* What Is Love? Set 2 MOD Simulator* F...
Keywords: STS9; mbho; austin; austin music hall; halloween; drewloo
|Rag Radio 2012-03-02 - Music Journalist Margaret Moser and Film Actor Sonny Carl Davis - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Music writer Margaret Moser and film actor Sonny Carl Davis discuss the classic made-in-Austin movie Roadie, the Austin Music Awards, and the South by Southwest music, film, and interactive festival. An "unabashed former groupie," award-winning rock journalist Margaret Moser is a senior editor and staff writer for the Austin Chronicle, and is also the author of three books including The Edge Guide to Austin and Rock Stars Do the Dumbest Things...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Margaret Moser; Sonny Carl Davis; KOOP; Roadie, Austin Music Awards, SXSW
|Rag Radio 2012-05-25 - Psychedelic Blues Pioneer Spencer Perskin of Shiva's Headband - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Founded in 1967, Shiva’s Headband, Spencer Perskin's pioneering psychedelic blues group, served as house band at Austin’s original Sixties music hall, the Vulcan Gas Co., and was the first group to perform at the historic Armadillo World Headquarters. Shiva's played with such luminaries as Spirit, Steppenwolf, ZZ Top, Janis Joplin, Canned Heat, and Steve Miller. “Take Me to the Mountains,” produced by Perskin for Capitol Records, was the first record released nationally by an Austin band...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Spencer Perskin; Shiva's Headband: Austin Music; Thorne Dreyer; Sixties; Psychedelic Rock
|Rag Radio 2012-09-21 - Singer-Songwriters Bob Cheevers & Noëlle Hampton and André Moran - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Singer-songwriters Bob Cheevers & Noëlle Hampton and André Moran perform live on the show and discuss their work, the larger music scene, and the relationship between musicians and their community. Bob Cheevers, who has been in the music business since the 60s, was the 2011 Texas Music Awards "Singer/Songwriter of The Year.” An Emmy-winning songwriter, Cheevers' releases have been in the UK’s Americana Top 10 and in the Top 20 and 30 on the U.S...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Bob Cheevers; Noelle Ham,on; Andre Moran; Thorne Dreyer; Singer-songwriters; Austin Music
|Rag Radio 2011-10-28 / Singer/Songwriter & Community Activist Charlie Faye - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Charlie Faye is a singer/songwriter and community activist based in Austin, TX. On January 1st, 2010, Faye, embarked on a modern bohemian adventure. In 10 months, Charlie made her home in 10 different towns: Tucson, Los Angeles, Portland, Boulder, CO, Shreveport, LA, Burlington, VT, Milwaukee, Nashville, Asheville, NC, and New York City. Traveling alone, Charlie put together a new band in each town and wrote and recorded a new song with local musicians each month...
Keywords: Thorne Dreyer; Rag Radio; Charlie Faye; Singer-Songwriters; Austin Music; Americana; Activists
|Rag Radio 2013-03-01 - Austin Chronicle Editor & SXSW Co-Founder Louis Black - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Louis Black is the editor of The Austin Chronicle, Austin’s major weekly newspaper, which he co-founded with Nick Barbaro in 1981. In 1987 Black co-founded South by Southwest Music, Interactive and Film Festivals and Conferences, along with Barbaro and Roland Swenson. SXSW Music is the largest music festival and music industry event in the world; SXSW Interactive is arguably the largest event of its kind in the world; and SXSW Film has become one of the preeminent film festivals in the country...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Louis Black; SXSW; Austin Music; Music Festivals; Independent Film; Austin Chronicle
|Sound Tribe Sector 9 Live at Austin Music Hall on 2013-10-31 - Sound Tribe Sector 9|
Sound Tribe Sector 9 10/31/2013 Austin Music Hall Austin, TX Source: AKG 483 > Tascam DR-680 24/48 Location: Close to DFC, clamped on balcony at ~ 15ft. Transfer: Tascam DR-680 > Wavelab 5.0 (resample, dither) > CDWave (tracking) > flac level 6 Taped and transfered by Larry Pillman (atxtaperATyahooDOTcom) Set one 01 Friday the 13th Intro > 02 Rent 03 Vapors 04 Monkey Music 05 Arigato * 06 Hubble 07 Vibyl * 08 Hidden Hand Hidden Fist * 09 ABCees * 10 What Is Love? Set Two 01 MOD 02 Simulator * 03...
Keywords: sts9; Sound Tribe Sector 9; Austin Music Hall; Austin; Texas; lpillman
|What's New Interview Margaret Moser - Tracey Schulz|
This week during SXSWï»¿, I got the chance to interview the one & only Margaret Moserï»¿, for the What's New Radio Showï»¿ on KOOP Radioï»¿. We talk about her passing the baton at tonight's Austin Chronicleï»¿ Austin Music Awards. Feel free to stream/download the whole thing here. Thanks for listening!
Keywords: SXSWï»¿; Margaret Moserï»¿; interview; What's New; Radio Show; KOOP; Radio; Austin Chronicle; ï»¿ Austin Music Awards; austin; tx; texas
|Rag Radio 2014-01-10 - Austin Music Award-Winning Singer-Songwriter Gina Chavez - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Thorne Dreyer's guest was indie-folk singer-songwriter Gina Chavez who also performed live on the show. Chavez is known for her impressive multi-instrumental performances and a unique sound inspired by cumbia, bossa nova, vintage pop, reggaeton and other genres. She won the 2012-13 Austin Music Award for Best Latin Traditional Artist, did two tours in Japan as the Official City of Austin Music Ambassador, and won praise from National Public Radio's All Songs Considered and Alt...
Keywords: Rag Radio, Thorne Dreyer, Gina Chavez, Singer-Songwriters, Austin Musicians, Austin Music Awards, El Salvador, Social Activists, Latina Musicians
|Rag Radio 2012-12-21 - Sixties Music Legends Powell St John and Charlie Prichard - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Texas Music Hall of Fame singer-songwriter and musician Powell St. John performed in Austin in the early Sixties with the Waller Creek Boys, a folk blues trio that included Janis Joplin (who later made a hit of Powell's song, "Bye, Bye, Baby"). He founded the iconic Austin band, St. John and the Conqueroo (later just the Conqueroo), and wrote six songs for the 13th Floor Elevators’ first two albums...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Powell St John; Charlie Prichard; Thorne Dreyer; Conqueroo; Mother Earth; Sixties Musicians; Austin Music; Austin History
|Rag Radio 04-20-2010 / Legendary armadillo artist Jim Franklin - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
-A conversation with Jim Franklin, Austin's legendary surrealist poster and comix artist, painter, muralist, and performance artist. Developed the armadillo as an international symbol for Texas. Played an important role in Austin's most important 60s-70s rock hall/counterculture centers: was a founder of the Vulcan Gas Company and helped make Armadillo World Headquarters famous as artist and MC. A pioneer of Sixties psychedelic poster art...
Keywords: Underground Press; Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Jim Franklin; Sixties; Armadillo Wold Headquarters; Vulcan Gas Company; Austin Music; Artists; Poster Artists; The Rag
|Rag Radio 2014-03-21 - Hall of Fame Singer-Songwriter & Activist Eliza Gilkyson - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Eliza Gilkyson joins Thorne Dreyer to talk about the autobiographical nature of her work as a songwriter, how her music reflects her social conscience, about the Austin music scene and the recent SXSW which was panned by many for its rampant commercialization...and much more. Eliza also discusses the stories behind some of the songs on her new album, Nocturne Diaries, and performs three songs from the album...
Keywords: Rag Radio; Thorne Dreyer; Eliza Gilkyson; Austin Musicians; Austin Music; SXSW; Nocturne Diaries; Political Activists; Folk Musicians; Terry Gilkyson; Red House Records
|Grady - Once I Was A Cowboy 2005 (hard rock) - Stoned Again Productions, Austin Texas|
Grady - Austin Texas cowboy metal band.with Stevie Ray Vaughan's former drummer Chris Layton on Drums. The song is Once I Was A Cowboy. This video was filmed at the Austin "Keep Austin Weird" 5k run (2005) music festival portion of the event.Dog8mybag Stoned Again Productions, Austin Texas USAarchive.org/bookmarks/MusicArchiveFreakI give anyone permission to use this video for any purpose whatsoever, but I cannot give you permission to strip the audio for re-use because I am not the legal owner ...
Keywords: hard rock; metal; cowboy metal; Grady; keep austin weird 5k; austin music festivals; austin texas; public domain; dog8mybag; chris layton
|What's New Interviews Elizabeth McQueen - Tracey Schulz|
This Monday on KOOP radio's What's New Radio Show, as I had an interview with the wonderful Elizabeth McQueen! We talked about her time with Asleep at the Wheel, her new EP with Brothers Lazaroff, an her show this week at Lamberts Downtown Barbecue with Nakia, Erin Ivey, Jazz Mills, Sarah Sharp and Katie Holmes. As well as such folks as Black Fret, STARLING Eyewear, Austin Music Foundation, RajiWorld Productions and TX M.I.L.K.& more...
Keywords: KOOP; radio; What's New; Radio Show; interview; Elizabeth McQueen; Asleep at the Wheel; new; EP; Brothers Lazaroff; Lamberts Downtown Barbecue; Nakia; Erin Ivey; Jazz Mills; Sarah Sharp; Katie Holmes; Black Fret; STARLING Eyewear; Austin Music Foundation; RajiWorld Productions; TX M.I.L.K; austin; tx; texas
|People United - May 11, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features geographer Eliot Tretter on the branding of Austin as "The Live Music Capital of the World" and its relation to race and the politics of urban development. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books here in Austin, Texas, on April 11, 2012.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; community radio; Eliot Tretter; Department of Geography and the Environment; University of Texas at Austin; Caroline Polk O'Meara; City of Austin; quality of life; cultural policy; musical policy; economic policy; branding; marketing; live music; The Live Music Capital of the World; Max Nofziger; Austin Chamber of Commerce; Ernie Gammage; Austin Music Commission; business interests; growth coalition; race; racism; urban politics; urban development; urban growth; urban elites; demographic growth; ethnicity; diversity; majority minority city; minority majority city; racial hegemony; racial dominance; minorities; people of color; Latinos; Hispanics; Asians; African Americans; blacks; whiteness; East Austin; segregation; gentrification; neoliberalism; capital; geography; musical genres; musicians; exclusion; live music district; The Austin Chronicle; South by Southwest; SXSW; Austin City Limits; ACL; music festivals; history; current events
|People United 2014 Jan 10 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features cultural historian Jeff Mellard on his book Progressive Country: How the 1970s Transformed the Texan in Popular Culture. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on November 13, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Jason Mellard; Progressive Country; How the 1970s Transformed the Texan in Popular Culture; Texas State University; University of Texas at Austin; Eliot Tretter; University of Calgary; MonkeyWrench Books Collective; Molly Odintz; John Shelton Reed; Doug Rossinow; Jan Reid; Travis Stimeling; Barry Shank; Bruce Schulman; Andreas Killan; 1973; 1970s; 1980s; history; historiography; popular culture; popular music; vernacular music; country music; country rock; rock music; blues; punk rock; Austin music scene; civic identity; Texas identity; Texan; authenticity; construction; naturalize; defamiliarize; dominance; subversion; rearticulation; establishment; counterculture; subculture; generation gap; ideology; social attitudes; social movements; consumer markets; politics; hippie; cowboy; redneck; cosmic cowboy; whiteness; white; Anglo; black; African American; Chicano; Latino; Hispanic; Tex-Mex; race; ethnicity; class; socio-economic; gender; masculinity; machismo; misogyny; feminism; men; women; gay; lesbian; sexuality; sexual orientation; age; youth; demographics; student press; alternative press; rock press; The Daily Texan; The Rag; Rolling Stone; Chet Flippo; Ed Ward; Lester Bangs; John Morthland; Bud Shrake; Larry L King; Confessions of a White Racist; Willie Nelson; Kinky Friedman; Commander Cody; Lost Planet Airmen; Billy Joe Shaver; Asleep at the Wheel; Michael Murphey; Jerry Jeff Walker; Lost Gonzo Band; Waylon Jennings; Doug Sahm; B W Stevenson; Jerry Wexler; Atlantic Records; Jim Franklin; Eddie Wilson; Shiva's Head Band; Shiva's Headband; Armadillo World Headquarters; Vulcan Gas Company; The Split Rail; Students for a Democratic Society; La Raza Unida; Antone's; Clifford Antone; Stevie Ray Vaughan; Jeff Friedman; Sissy Farenthold; Barbara Jordan; Ann Richards; Jim Hightower; Gonzalo Barrientos; Texas